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I need to replace the rubber seal (gasket) that goes around the entry base area where the door opens and closes. The rubber gasket is attached on the outside of the oven entry base area when you open the oven door. Need to find a replacement seal. oven specs -- Cadco electric convection oven -- model OV-250 thanks

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Cadco sells parts to the end use through a parts distributer. The phone number is 800 458 5593. Have your model and serial number ready when you call.

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When you say "oven door will not close properly", do you mean that it closes but not tightly against the rubber seal on the oven cavity?

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c55aadb.jpg Isolate power from device, remove screws to free back panel.

769e143.jpg Loosen strainer for oven liner on left and right sides and remove clip to allow oven liner to slip forward.

e87a68d.jpg Remove screw on front central upper clip.

42f6dbf.jpg From front, move oven liner forward a few millimetres to release gasket. Here you see the strainer at the rear has moved forwards a few millimeters.

e8ea79b.jpg Remove the old perished seal.

f86ae37.jpg The new seal/gasket part number 573263 is installed. Reverse dismantling procedure to complete reassembly.

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